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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit 11.29 a Day Hotel In DAILY HERALD Ftowirt, Potted pluntl, VegetabKi. I, FRACHEBROS.J MILITARY SERVICES at the Salvation Army Citadel Sunday at 11 :i.m., 3 and ".30 p.m. ADDRESSES BY THE COMMANDING OFFICER ON "FIGHTING AND THE WAR." SONGS AND SOLOS OF A MILITARY CHARACTER, ILLUS- TRATED BY LANTERN SLIDES MARTIAL MUSIC BY THE CITADEL BAND. MILITARY CAMP ON THE PLATFORM. MONDAY 8 LIFE OF A SOLDIER." Everybody Men Especially. Invited. THUKSDAY. APRIL 1st EASTER SALE OF WORK By Sisters of the Home League USEFUL ARTICLES, CLOTHING, HOME COOKING. CANDY, ETC ADMISSION AT 2 P. M. ID': PltH'KS DO MOT COUNT FOKMUCII ASSOCIATED Wiill OUALITY' AMI) SKimCE Combine Die Throe and you have something sldefation wlisn we are buying for our trario, but dealing here you can depend on getting Quality The (allowing arc gome cvery-day prices here: lirst i-lass con- ititiull. Per Oise ......................S1.50 BEAUTY. NEWTON PIP- Yilriciios In iK-rtVci sluice, price lic'r fiisi- per sltK'k. per 90 innmU sack OLD DUTCH lins for .......25c CORN, PEAS AND iill ........10o tins. 3 [or-.............3Sc Cases worth talking about. Quality always the ,flrit con- we get good value we do not purchase. When and Service combined with the Lowest Possible NAVEL ami 25c and por dozou ...........25c FRESH dozon ................''Sc FLORIDA GRAPE FLORIDA GRAPE size, li 1'or. ,25c HEAD hend ..............'.10: LEAF pound ...............30c PRESERVED Poaclies t flreea Guffes. [ior pint flattie ............25c CANNED FRESH PORK in evory Satur- dny morning. Per Pound ......-.........25c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Lethbridge. clear ii. f.iir clear Muuse .law. clear 'rince Albert, fair Retina, clear..... snow sort Arlliur. fair... selson.. 39 4S 42 SO 3S "0 34 49 11 22 1'G 14 L'S JO (r The wen her througliouc ilie pmirie provinces has been lair uud compara- tvely mild. Forecast AM and comparatively mild today and on Sunday. :iTY AND mSTIUCT Beginners' Thursday. April T, it is propos- d to open beginners' classes for i clran six years or over, at each f the public schools. Parents are re- f nested to notify the superintendent r tlie jirincipal at the nearest schoo] f children who :ire eligible for this lass. H is not likely that beginners i'fi be again, admitted till after mid- umnier. A few children can still bc ccornDiotlaied al the central kinder- Farmers! Big' Crops Best Quality vJiie Our Guaranteed Formaldehyde And Our Guaranteed Pure Strychnine The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited i Ph Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT! Death of Joseph Halmes Died: Joseph Haiines, on -Alarch 26, 1915. The funeral aarvico will be held from thu residence. Sixtli street South, on Saturday, Mnrcli tU 4 p.m. Inteniieni at Public cemetery. Hurst's undertaking HAT- lors Lave charge of the funeral. ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer: Your'Opportunity !.o plant sovno of the send Ihnt has made A.lfnli'a King Tanner famous throughout tho West. Wo lnu'o s-cciirod his entire crop and are giving it 11 finnl eloaning boforo ofl'erino- for sale. ...Order Early. .Do not lot this chance get away from you. 20 cents per pound t'.o.b. Lethhridgc or Haymond. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited AlberUi. par- Enemy Prisoner Busy Prisoners at Henderson Park are up tc all manner of devices for wlillin, N. L. Ratcpayera'. Meeting The North Ltitlibrldge Ratepayers' association have caVied H meeting for Tuesday evening, March 30, In the Westminster school. Mayor Hardi SERVICE FOR PAT COMMANDER London, March memorial ser- vice lijr 'Lieut.- Col. Francis Douglas Into commander of the liamls. One of them has contrived wooden loom OP winch lie is bus- engaged weaving, with colored wool, a carpet design for a belt with he Intends to adorn his person. "Y" Social Hour The social hour al the Y.M.C.A. Sun- day night will be in the Form of a ioti hovir, handled by the chairman. Every person present will be allowed a certain number of minutes for any Assessor Meech and Chairman McKil- Princess Patricia's Canadian Light lii- fail try, who killed aL St. Elol last weelc, and WHS buried in VoonnzelG Churchyard, was held at St. Mary's, Uryauston Square, tins afternoon. time which hangs heavy on 'their' sclwo} board -wJll be the three principal speakers. Card of Thanks Mrs. H. helmlf of her broth ens mid sisters, wishes to thank Lheir many frltnds for their kindness nnd flowers, extendeil to them in their late bereavement in the death of their mother, Mrs. John Uosaine. TEA MARKET STILL ADVANCING Nothing definite can bc ascertained with regard lo a. jjrobable advance in particular subject they wich to have I package teas in Canada: But It seems MARKE SATURDAY'S GRAIN. PRICES Winnipeg, March and osing prices on the 'grain exchanges oday were: Open Close ..ay 1.-171 l.-17-i I July .................._ 1-48 1.4-Gfc Oct" 1.12" Oats- ilay GH July Bll "WINNIPEG CASH PRICES ENDS BACON -The Yorkshire Noted Singer, Entertainer and Lecturer Tho man with, two distinct voices. WESLEY CHUBCH, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, APRIL 5th AND 6th. ONE PHICE TO CENT8. RESERVE THIS DATE. So. 1 Not. Xo. 3 Nor. No. 3 Nor. AO, 2 C. 1C. N'o. 3 Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0. :HIUAGO illay 1.47} jjuiy 1.18 Sept 1.07J MINNEAPOLIS May 1.42 Jul'y Sep't 1.10 1.48 1.183 1.07J 1.09i LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 'Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... Xo. 3 Northern.......... load lots: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Xcrlhern No. 3 Northern.......... 131% 1215s 130 327 122- Dustless Town! On rare occasions the dust lias made itself unpleasant in this town. This winter we have been comparatively free from it (in more ways than one.) Anticipating one of those we are giving away a. Dust Cap ivitli crery twenty- five cent purchase of Rexall today. J.D.fiiginbclfiSifiSCo. ltd The Store iliscuased. These questions will be' handed in on n slin of paper, and will be-dealt with by Uie discussion meth- od. This Innovation is not a new sclieme, but as been found to be so successful in mftny places that very' often [t is fallowed out for an entire term. Bring with you a carefu'ily thought-out question and see it in the light of another's mind. All men are welcome. to be common souse to suppose lhat Lea men can't. KO on. imparting iu high anil yet higher prices every week without making some changes in i heir selling schedule to cover. There is nothing io do tout follow Mr. As- quith's advice and "Wait and meanwhile taking note of the hand-, writing on the Grow- er, March 19th. Funeral of Mrs. Rosaine f The funeral of the late Wilhelmina Rosaine, widow of the late John Uos- .aine was held yesterday afternoon nt !'two o'clock from the residence of her. 'daughter, .Mrs. W. H. Webber, G1S Siith avenue 'South. Dccensecl has i been, a resident of the city for many years, coming here from Sweden in {'SI. Sfie made a large circle of friends hvhb join, with the family to mourn her j loss. She leaves four sons and two1 daughters, Herman, Mandus, Albert, and Mrs. W. H. Webber ot this city, and CJiaries and Mrs. George McFar- rjuhar of Macleod. Many beautiful floral1 tributes from iriends were re- ceived. .BON-'-T-DBINK MUDDY WATER When you can oet FRESH BUTTERMILK delivered to your house at 15c per Gallon. Phone 1570 CRVSTAL DAIRY LIMITED. sr LIVESTOCK. PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hoga, 3i.60; cattle, Toronto: Hogs, iS.Sa; cattle, ?S.25. Chicago: Hogs, S6.15-56.70; cattle. Look at these Beaver Board Walls and Ceilings THEM picture to yourself the beauty of the pebbled surface, painted in warm, soft colors; and you get some idea of the luperiority of Beaver Board to lath and plaster. But you ought to see the real thing, and we shall be glad to show.it to you, as no picture can tell the whole story. Dward never cracUs; it resists passage of heat, cold and sound; it is rr.orc sanitary than other materials; it b very quichly and easily put up. in n. nr sr.e vt. District Distributors J. B. Turney Co., Limited Lelhbridgs, Alta. Evangelistic Services Extra chairs had to 'be brought In to accommodate the people who came !to hear Evangelist Gilbart fn St. An- drew's last evening. The interest chat lias during these services reached u, high plane of development last evening, and the response is won- derful. The greatest need now is iic- comraodution. as no building In tlic north side is large enough to accom- modate .the peonfe and provide work- ing accommodation. Tlie subject last evening, "Playing the was a vivid picture of the lire of Saul. The attendance of the Salvation Army band "wus greatly ap- preciated. Tomorrow Evangelist McPherson will preacli in Westminster church at 11 a.m., on "Deliaion Tested." Jlev. A. C. Bryan will occupy his own pulpit. jewelry hargains; more people each-At'-l p.m. another mass meeting of week are taking advantage of the spe-'men at.Westminster church, when -Mr. cial prices. buyers. FAIJMEKS! SHIP YOUR CREAM To Crystal Dairy Ltrt. and receive the best prices. SWEET per pound Butter Fat. SOUR per pound Butter Fat. We Pay Express Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA BUSINESS LOCALS See Wrignt'e Saturday and Monday Money savers for shrewd Gilhart will give his last address to Nyal's Face Gream Takes the sting out of (ho skin.' Makes natural complexions, and is great for rough red hands.' Three Sizes: '25e, oOc, 75c. DRUGS AWO STATIONERY. Lathbridge Alberta, the .Men's Own on "Birthrights of Ca- naciia Men.'1 At 7.30 in St. An- drew's will speak on "Five Loat Men." Song service al NOTICE TO BAND MEMBERS A special meeting of the Band will he held at 10.30 a.m. on Sunday, Mar. 28th. THOROUGHLY QUICKLY AND EASILY POLISHES COPPER, BRASS, NICKLE, ETC, USED BY SOLDIERS. ASK TP SEE IT. t 310 5th STREET SOUTH. MEN'S OWN ANOTHER MASS MEETING OF MEN Last Men's Own Address-of the Series by Harold H. Gilbiirt, of Winnipeg, in Westminster Church at 4 p.m. oi: Canadian lieu." Mol'licj-son. Offering. 200. MEN LAST MANY THIS? 11 a.m. in Tested." Evangelist M-cPhqrson. 7.30 p.m. in St. "Five-Lost.Men." Evangelist (Jillm-t. Song Choir. Monday Evening at -Ladies' Kally. ''Young ladies only. (This service will bc for ladies only) PHONE 735 For Vacuum Cleaner All Work Guaranteed ;